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A U.N. agency said it requires more money to keep Iran's disputed nuclear program under tightened surveillance for four extra months, Reuters reports.
Existing rules for U.S. nuclear reactor safety are insufficient for minimizing the risk of a meltdown caused by an outside event, a new report says.
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July 25, 2014 | Clara Ritger | Nuclear Nonproliferation, Arms Control, Disarmament
It's not usually hard to get lawmakers to agree to tough language on Iran, particularly when AIPAC is on board.
Smoldering garbage in a landfill could be creeping closer to an area where old nuclear weapons materials are buried, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz is scheduled to travel to New Mexico in August to discuss efforts to reopen a shuttered atomic waste dump there.
July 25, 2014 | Patrick Tucker | Space
Gen. William Shelton, the commander of Air Force Space Command, says that U.S. dominance in space will be confronted by some real threats in the years ahead.
July 25, 2014
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John Heaton, head of a local nuclear task force, asserting the Energy Department has not been transparent enough about plans to reopen a New Mexico nuclear waste site shuttered after a radiation leak.
What's so private about a recovery plan that it can't be published at this point?